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Google plans to phase out third-party tracking cookies on Chrome

Wednesday 15 January 2020 | 09:18 CET | News
Google has announced plans to phase out third-party tracking cookies in its Chrome web browser. It will start testing the changes later this year and aims to completely stop using the cookies within two years. 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Apple / Google / Mozilla / W3C
Countries: World
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